ISP3: What are we talking about on day 2?
There’s one very clear objective in Valencia today, on the second day of the international conference. We are working towards defining and refining priority statements for the first three elements of the ISP3 research framework: Key Trends, Action Against Hunger Value Proposition and Strategic Priorities for the ISP3.
(Not sure what we mean by trends, value proposition and strategic priorities or how they fit in? Check out yesterday’s blog giving an overview of the ISP3 development process.)
What does that mean, and how are we doing it?
The idea is to build a shared understanding and further develop inputs around those three elements. The day is dedicated to small group work, starting with the chance to share and develop ideas, then the participants will be working to synthesise and refine their ideas into key statements, which will articulate the participants’ most important points for each element. This should give us a total of 216 statements!
Eventually, by going through rounds of voting and refining, we’ll end up with just nine priority statements: three for key trends; three for value proposition; and three for strategic priorities. Those priority statements will represent the participants’ consensus view on each of the three elements and will shape the next phase of the development of the ISP3.
We’ll keep you updated in the coming weeks and months about what priorities we end up with based on the consultation and today’s discussions, and how the ISP3 is taking shape.